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Scorpio Rising
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Parents Guide for
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Sex & Nudity

A man is raped, however very little nudity is shown, due to the films editing style.

We see a biker from the back in full leather who appears to be urinating into his helmet. He turns and holds the helmet up as if in triumph.

Violence & Gore

A biker wiped out and actually died instantly from a broken neck in one sequence.

Profanity

Although the soundtrack is entirely pop songs from the 1950s and 60s, some images might be considered profane. The biker iconography is juxtaposed with Christian symbols and events from the life of Christ, Nazi images, and skull and crossbone related images. All of these sets of images are extremely prominent throughout the film.

Cigarettes are lifted to almost iconic status by way at least two of the actors smoke. We see a picture of a yellow-haired skull smoking a cigarette labeled "youth." One actor snorts real methamphetamine.

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